We installed a WiFi Ranger in our coach to improve reception of weak WiFi signals and lower power campground signals. At the time this was the WiFiRanger Home and WiFiRanger Mobile (really a Ubiquity Bullet with custom firmware) combination. Later we updated this to the Go2 combination, mainly due to a poor firmware update which bricked our Ranger.
We replaced our kitchen faucet with a Grohe Ladylux Plus and we love it! We had a functional/aesthetic height restriction to no more than 13” because of an upper cabinet, located above the sink.
We used to use a portable Surge Guard to protect our coach from campground electrical issues, it served us very well. On one trip it suffered some plug damage to the female 50amp connector. Unfortunately that connector was part of a fully molded cable that terminated inside the “permanently” sealed case.
To fix it required complete disassemble of the unit to replace the damaged connector. Although I was successful in opening the “permanently” sealed case and replacing the damaged end, and fully re-weather proofing the unit, we knew it would have to be replaced, but we did get another year out of it!
I always told myself that next time I had to remove those wet bay panels I would add an access panel. The panel allows me easy access to the dump valves in the case of a cable issue, and a way to replace the tank level sensors without having to remove the large cover panels (which is what Foretravel does).
Several of our Atwood ladder step ends were cracked and the ladder rung could actually fail as a result. Its very dangerous to use a ladder with broken parts. Those creaks you hear when climbing need to be heeded.